Congratulations to Clementine O'Connor, Lars Hammer and Heidi Cookson for their recent participation in the Winooski Valley Fall Music Festival at U32. This year Cabot had a 100% acceptance rate to this competitive, audition-based festival in which they work with other central Vermont students under the direction of a noted guest conductor.
Students share with community members the interactive iBooks they create to highlight their learning,
Middle school students develop skills in teamwork and leadership as they participate in challenging initiatives.
Tenth grade students at Cabot School use biology and chemistry studies as they collaborate with conservation organizations to build a public river access on the Winooski River in Plainfield.
Mazie O'Connor, Cabot High School class of 2012, was recently featured in the Northeast Kingdom Astronomy Foundation's video, What's Up? With Mazie O'Connor. Click here to view her segment on dark matter. Read full story to access the link.
High school art students practiced their mat cutting skills in preparation for our exhibit at "Down Street Eats" in downtown Cabot. Work features art by early elementary through high school.
Women's soccer player Shannon Grier, Cabot School Class of 2011, has been named student-athlete of the week at Johnson State College after making 11 stops in goal for the Badgers in their match against Plymouth St. Sunday afternoon. Grier, a sophomore from Plainfield , Vermont, has appeared in 14 matches for the Badgers this season as […]
Seth O’Brien, Cabot Alumnus, Becomes First Full-time, Permanent IT Tech at the Rubenstein School of Environment and Natural Resources at UVM
The Rubenstein School of Environment and Natural Resources (RSENR) at the University of Vermont recently announced that Seth O'Brien, Cabot High School class of 2007, had been appointed RSENR’s first full-time, permanent IT technician. O'Brien has been with the Rubenstein School on a temporary basis since 2011. For the full story, follow this link.
Michael Hendrix's Cabot's tenth grade biology class is exploring the world of science through the creation of unique, handmade soaps. They've launched a campaign to go into medium-scaled production and give our excellent soaps back to the community! Soapmaking is as much science as it is an art. In order to create effective, skin-friendly, and […]
What do running a chain saw, watching a demo of 3-D printing, and extracting DNA all have in common? These were among variety of new experiences offered to the six young women from the Cabot ninth grade class who drove to Vermont Techinical College with Lindsey Yablonowski, VSAC outreach counselor, and Laura Lacroix, school counselor […]
Our third and fourth graders had a chance to experiment with animation after completing puppets in art. An unplanned bonus feature of this project happened by chance when one student realized that their puppets could be shared on the big screen by taking still shots with their characters in front of the projector. Read full […]
Students in Deb Bothfeld's physical education classes have been getting some aerobic exercise at the same time as they've been providing helpful service to folks living near school. Pictured here are students in three of Deb's classes. Read full story to access images. (Clicking on an image will open that image; click on it a […]
Yesterday's final home game against Twinfield was intense! The team appreciated the great turnout by families, friends and faculty for our Senior Day. With equal back and forth play on the field, Caleb fired in the first goal. Twinfield came back to tie it up and scored a second goal. Darren fired one in to […]